F&P Machinery – Asiatic Edition 2017

F&P Machinery – Asiatic Edition 2017

LogoF&PMachineryLongitudinaleF&P Machinery is proposed as an integrated manufacturer and supplier of services for the food industry. Its goal is to provide and offer its customers innovative solutions at the forefront of today’s technology, focusing attention on the maximum reduction of total line costs while ensuring maximum production efficiency.

F&P Machinery’s many years of sales and manufacturing experience have taught it that nothing is more valuable than personal dedication to customers. All its services and installations reflect its dedication to this mission.

With the aim of satisfying the growing needs in the bottling world, F&P Machinery has created a completely full range of fillers and filling monoblocks dedicated to medium-high production.

The new range of machines permits the possibility to offer solutions aimed at solving the most varied bottling requirements, for both PET bottles, glass bottles and cans with a production rate from 1,000 to 25,000 containers per hour for the filling in bottles and beyond 40,000 should the case be in cans.

IMG_3437The new range of isobaric fillers with an electronic filling system, for both bottles and for cans; “hot-fill” monoblocks allowing the possibility to put small cubes of fruit into bottles and integrated small monoblocks with labeling sections incorporated, allows F&P Machinery to propose itself as “the problem solver” for customers around the world.

The experience acquired in the numerous years of study, design and construction is for F&P Machinery a continuous stimulus to improve its expertise, especially in the event of new drinks or particular requests.

Water, soft drinks, juices, beer, wine, liqueurs and milk are the products for which F&P Machinery is able to find and propose the best bottling solutions.

Also in the field of sanitation of machinery and plants, F&P Machinery confirms its commitment to the research and development of new and technologically advanced solutions by including in its list of CIP systems a Chlorine generator model “NEKIMOL” that allows the production of chlorine based on the electrolysis principle.